It’s Spring Cleaning Season | Let’s Start With Your Teeth

Spring is right around the corner, and it seems that this year the groundhog may have been right. With the weather warming up, people are beginning their spring cleaning routines. Going forward, there is an important errand that you should include in your to-do list. We recommend you book a teeth cleaning and a check-up with your dentist at Bells Corners Family Dentistry. Today we are going to expand on four key benefits to planning your visit with us this spring. 

Catch a Cavity: 

No matter your age, 2020 was hard on all of our diets. You may have consumed more candy, chocolate, and other junk food than ever before. The year was full of usual stresses, and stress can lead to oral hygiene neglect. This could mean that you skipped a few brushing sessions. 2021 is the time to take back your smile. A teeth cleaning and check-up are the perfect way to get started. Even if you feel that your teeth are healthy, you could be missing some vital information on your oral health. It is quite common for a cavity to go unnoticed; these are called hidden cavities.  Sometimes cavities can hide in hard-to-reach places,  and this could result in them only being visible in the dentist’s chair. Do yourself a favor, avoid further damage or rot. Come in for a spring cleaning and check-up.  

Battle the Gingivitis:

It happens to many of us, your brushing and rinse and see blood. It’s not something to be overly concerned about; maybe you were brushing too hard and have gum sensitivity. However, if you do not floss and keep up with regular appointments, you could have a degree of gingivitis. At Bells Corners Family Dentistry, that is what our professional dentists are here for. To answer your questions and get you on track to better oral health. 

Start Fresh: 

Spring cleans away the dirt and grime of the winter and brings freshness to the air. By booking your appointment with us this spring, you are getting that same freshness in your oral care. No matter your toothbrush, there are still some crevices that are out of reach through your at-home routine. Let us help you walk away with that sparkly clean feeling. A clean that inspires you to maintain your oral care better. 

Recommendations You Can Take to the Bank: 

Brushing your teeth two  times a day and flossing may not be cutting it. Now while that’s the most common recommendation, each individual has their own dental history and sensitivities. It’s best to have customized recommendations for your dental care routine. You could be over brushing or causing your teeth damage. By visiting us regularly for cleanings and check-ups, you can avoid costly damage. 

In our next blog post, we will share how you can avoid common dental issues simply by switching up your toothbrush and matching it to your individualistic oral health needs. In the meantime, get a head start on your spring cleaning and book your appointment with us today!